Digital Library Advanced Search

SEARCH THE DIGITAL LIBRARY


12 results: Expanded View | Index View
Display: per page, sorted by
of 2 Page:

Memorandum from William Loeb to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

Fargo, North Dakota will be the most convenient place for John Burroughs to join President Roosevelt on his way to Yellowstone Park.

Resource Type: Memorandum

Subject: Travel--Planning; Presidents--Travel; North Dakota--Fargo; United States--Yellowstone National Park; Burroughs, John, 1837-1921

Date: 1903-03-10?

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to John Burroughs

Description:

President Roosevelt explains his plans for their trip to Yellowstone National Park and will meet John Burroughs in Fargo, North Dakota.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Presidents--Travel; United States--Yellowstone National Park; North Dakota--Fargo

Date: 1903-03-14

Remarks of President Roosevelt at the depot, Fargo, N.D., April 7, 1903

Description:

President Roosevelt greets citizens at a train depot in Fargo.

Resource Type: Speech

Subject: Salutations; Railroad stations; North Dakota--Fargo; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919

Date: 1903-04-07

Address of President Roosevelt at Fargo, North Dakota, April 7, 1903, The Philippine Islands and the army

Description:

Text of President Roosevelt’s speech entitled “The Philippine Islands and the Army.” He discusses the previous remarks of President McKinley and what has been done in the Philippine Islands since McKinley’s speech.

Resource Type: Speech

Subject: International relations; War; Maranao (Philippine people)--Politics and government; Legislation; Philippines; North Dakota--Fargo; United States. Department of the Army; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; McKinley, William, 1843-1901

Date: 1903-04-07

Telegram from William H. Moody to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

William H. Moody informs President Roosevelt that he has received a message from U.S. Attorney Rourke indicating that the Great Northern Railroad is reporting violence and resistance in North Dakota. Railroad employees in North Dakota are being threatened with mob violence and locals refuse to offer food or shelter. Rourke requests U.S. deputy marshals to prevent disturbances.

Resource Type: Telegram

Subject: Railroads--Employees--Social conditions; Railroads; Mobs; North Dakota--Minot; North Dakota--Williston; North Dakota--Devils Lake; North Dakota--Fargo; Great Northern Railway Company (U.S.); United States. Marshals Service

Date: 1905-08-16?

TR at Fargo, N.D., during Progressive campaign, 1912 [1]

Description:

As part of a western campaign tour, Theodore Roosevelt speaks to crowds and firms up Progressive Party structure in the area of Fargo, North Dakota, September 6, 1912. Several views from varying distances of Roosevelt greeting and speaking to crowds from rear of train; addressing large crowd from a decorated platform, apparently in a stadium; speaking from rear of train to Native American men, women, and children assembled on open plains; several long shots of crowds; medium-close silhouette of Roosevelt and three men conversing, one of whom appears to be George Emlen Roosevelt, his cousin and campaign secretary in the 1912 election.

Resource Type: Video

Subject: Presidents--Election; Political campaigns; Speeches, addresses, etc.; North Dakota--Fargo; Progressive Party (1912); Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; Roosevelt, George Emlen, 1887-1963

Date: 1912

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Louis B. Hanna

Description:

Theodore Roosevelt declines Congressman Hanna's invitation to attend a statue unveiling in Fargo, North Dakota. Roosevelt appreciates the invitation especially because it comes from Hanna, Governor Burke, and the Mayor of Fargo.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Hospitality; Thank-you notes; Statues; North Dakota--Fargo

Date: 1912-05-13

Letter from Frank Harper to Harold J. Richardson

Description:

Frank Harper informs Harold J. Richardson that Richardson's letter did not arrive until after Theodore Roosevelt left for his western trip. Harper encloses Roosevelt's itinerary for the next few days if Richardson would like to wire Roosevelt a message.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Politicians--Travel; Washington (State); North Dakota; Iowa--Ottumwa; Iowa--Oskaloosa; Iowa--Des Moines; Minnesota--Saint Paul; North Dakota--Fargo; North Dakota--Jamestown; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919

Date: 1912-09-03?

Theodore Roosevelt speaking from a train platform in Fargo, North Dakota

Description:

In the vicinity of Fargo, North Dakota, on September 6, 1912, Theodore Roosevelt speaks on behalf of his presidential candidacy under the banner of the newly formed Progressive Party. The film contains scenes of men, women, and children gathered around the rear of a campaign train, as Roosevelt leans forward over the train railing and speaks. The film ends with the silhouette of Roosevelt and three unidentified men conversing as the train pulls away. One of the men appears to be George Emlen Roosevelt, Roosevelt's cousin and campaign secretary in the 1912 election.

Resource Type: Video

Subject: Campaign speeches; Political campaigns; Presidents--Election; Speeches, addresses, etc.; North Dakota; North Dakota--Fargo; Progressive Party (1912); Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; Roosevelt, George Emlen, 1887-1963

Date: 1912-09-06

Letter from Festus L. Minnear to F. G. Sherrill

Description:

Festus L. Minnear of North Dakota Agricultural College expresses interest in having a series of speakers also appear in Fargo to commemorate the centennial of Theodore Roosevelt's birth.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Congresses and conventions--Planning; Presidents--Anniversaries, etc.; North Dakota--Fargo; Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Commission; North Dakota Agricultural College; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; Hagedorn, Hermann, 1882-1964; Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963; Lindsay, Howard, 1889-1968

Date: 1958-01-03

Display: per page, sorted by
of 2 Page: